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Old movie trailer with fanfare, opening door, animation and title: Previews of Coming Attractions.
This movie is part of the collection: Prelinger Archives
Audio/Visual: Sd, B&W
Keywords: Motion pictures: Trailers
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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Victor Von Psychotron -
The little clip promoting an Otto Preminger film is a nice touch.
Subject: Coming Attractions logo
There was also a coming attractions logo which had a revolving platter with Coming Attractions on one side and Coming soon on another. The screen then switched to a silver glittery background with the individual days of the week printed on them. Could you find one of these?
Subject: Actually, it's from 1959.
This film is noted as being circa 1940's. But as the end of the film reveals that the film to be previewed is 'Anatomy of a Murder', that would place it in 1959. In the 'Anatomy of a Murder' trailer, also available on this website, Lee Remick can be seen exiting a 1959 Cadillac convertible.
Isn't this the greatest website (and project) ever?
Nothing really special.
LaMarr Bruister -
Subject: Good file
You could put together a little DVD release with this clip as the lead in for some of the trailers featured on this website, and then add a "feature presentation clip" and a film of your choice.
Note that "previews" is misspelled in the programme ("prevues"?)
Subject: When did the Evue become an Eview?
Another reviewer had a good point there.. This Â¡Â®PrevueÂ¡Â¯ ad nevertheless is quite fun. I like the music and the wipes here. IÂ¡Â¯ll give it a good revue.
Subject: Prevues? What the heck are Prevues?
"Prevues of coming attractions!" Another all-purpose film clip. Apparently, one of these coming attractions was "Anatomy of a murder," judging by the film's end.
Subject: A preview of things to come?
So what happens next? The suspense will leave you sleepless.